Burma (renamed Myanmar in 1989 by the military junta, although this name is not generally used in the US, UK and many other english-speaking parts of the world) is divided into seven states and seven regions, formerly (before August 2010) called divisions. Generally speaking, states are semi-autonomous areas allocated to particular ethnic groups.
The administrative divisions are further subdivided into districts, which are further subdivided into townships, wards, and villages.
Note: it is currently not allowed to take out any uncut (rough) stones from Burma. For cut stones, a permit is needed.
Mineral ListMineral list contains entries from the region specified including sub-localities
199 entries listed. 126 valid minerals. 3 type localities (valid minerals).
Localities in this Region
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New Locality Added: Indian Peak, Mariposa Co., California, USAFrom Chester S. Lemanski, Jr., 18th May 2013 14:43:46